A Culinary Journey with Women Entrepreneurs
This collection describes the stories of 10 women and their wonderful agritourism facilities. Each story is accompanied by the recipes of the women’s signature dishes and their interpretations by Chef Meriko Gubeladze. Learn more
The women of Khertvisi diversify the village lifestyle
Mzia Surmanidze received funding from a UN Women and TASO Foundation project and became the first to build a rabbit farm in Aspindza Municipality. Learn more
Georgia has a new NAP on WPS for 2022–2024
More than 100 representatives of the legislative and executive branches of the Georgian Government, international organizations, the diplomatic corps and civil society organizations attended the presentation. Learn more
Volunteers for equality
With their enthusiasm and interesting initiatives, young people are energizing the lives of villagers near the dividing line with useful activism and motivating many of their local peers. Learn more
UN Women and the National Statistics Office of Georgia presented the main results of the first ever time use survey in Georgia. Photo: The National Statistics Office of Georgia
Women spend five times more on unpaid care work compared to men, Georgia’s first Time Use Survey finds

Georgia’s Time Use Survey revealed that women in Georgia spend almost five times more on unpaid domestic and care work compared to men. Mothers, on average, spend 20.4 hours on childcare per week, compared to 3.9 hours spent by fathers.

Generation Equality: Realizing women’s rights for an equal future
Generation Equality

Join UN Women’s Generation Equality campaign to accelerate gender equality actions and mark the 25th anniversary of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, the most visionary agenda for women’s rights and empowerment everywhere. The campaign demands equal pay, equal sharing of unpaid care and domestic work, an end to all forms of violence against women and girls, women’s leadership and access to health.

The signs of relationship abuse and how to help
The signs of relationship abuse and how to help

Globally, one in three women experiences physical or sexual violence, mostly by an intimate partner. While domestic violence and abuse are sometimes hidden, if we know the signs of an abusive relationship, we may be able to recognize it better and seek or offer help.